About the Artist
Judy’s formal art studies began at the Art Students League of New York. After attending Carnegie Mellon University and Pratt Institute she received a BFA. This was followed by a Master’s degree in Painting at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Following graduation Judy began teaching in the Bedford Styvestant and Williamsburg public schools in Brooklyn, N.Y. After moving to Massachusetts, she continued teaching in the Framingham and Weston public schools.
Judy’s recognition includes ten solo exhibitions as well as participating in numerous juried shows and workshops. She has been the recipient of multiple awards and her work is included in corporate and private collections globally.
My intention is to construct images that visually describe a place, time and energy of a particular moment. The emphasis is on both the complexity of the parts and the simplicity of the whole.
Each piece combines diverse forms of printmaking and painting. All elements are fused together onto the substrate. The printmaking techniques include monoprinting, lithography, etching, relief printing and silk screening.